[kids-lib] Fwd: CAYAS Fall Workshop!

Jane Corry janec at multcolib.org
Wed Sep 4 11:26:53 PDT 2013

See below for a learning opportunity just across the river in Vancouver.


-*Hello there in Oregon!*

*I received your emails from a fellow CAYAS (WLA’s Children and Young Adult
Services) board member, Darcy Brixey, and we thought you might be
interested in sharing our fall workshop info. with your colleagues,
associates and OLA since one of the trainings is in Vancouver, WA. It is a
really awesome opportunity and we would love to combine forces to get great
ideas flowing between our two states. The workshop info. is below and I
will gladly answer any questions you may have!*

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*Thanks so much! It was great to work with you all for the last joint

* *

*Ericka Brunson*

*CAYAS Board Member*

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****Please share this with your library-related networks and with any
interested colleagues who may not be members of the Washington Library

CAYAS is pleased to open up registration for our Fall Workshop: Connecting,
Making, Hacking the New World of Tween and Teen Services presented by Linda


*About the workshop:*****

OMG! Maker spaces, hacking, connected learning, social media, Twitter...
There are so many new and different ways to connect with youth, and their
families, in the community. It's hard to know what to use and why. In this
facilitated interactive discussion you'll learn about libraries providing
services to youth using the ideas of maker spaces, hacker spaces, and
connected learning. You'll gain skills in figuring out which services are
best for your community and your library.  And, you'll know how to get
buy-in for these services from colleagues, administration, and community
members. You'll leave the session thinking, OMG this is awesome!****


**Lunch and refreshments will be provided******


Friday, October 25th ****

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.****

Vancouver Public Library ****

901 C St****

Vancouver, WA 98660****

  Registration deadline: October 23rd****


  Friday, November 1st ****

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.****

  KCLS Service Center****

960 Newport Way****

Issaquah, WA 98027****

  Registration deadline: October 30th ****


You can register using the attached paper registration or the following



*More about the presenter:*****

Linda W. Braun is an educational technology consultant for LEO: Librarians
& Educators Online where she provides project management, training, and
consulting services to educational institutions. She is a Professor of
Practice for Simmons~College Graduate School of Library and Information
Science and a Past President of YALSA.

Linda is a columnist for VOYA and has written several books on technology
for Neal~Schuman, ALA Editions, Libraries Unlimited, and Information Today.
Her book, Risky Business: Taking and Managing Risks in Library Services for
Teens (co-authored with Jack Martin and Connie Urquhart) was published by
ALA Editions and YALSA in July 2010.  Her latest book, published in summer
2012 by YALSA and Neal~Schuman, is Being a Teen Library Services Advocate.**



Ericka Brunson****

ebrunson at krl.org****

CAYAS Board Member****

Jane Corry
Youth Librarian-Belmont Neighborhood Library
Multnomah County Library

"The only time that seems too short is the time we get to play"- Jackson
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